Due to overwhelming demand, this product has sold out but will be back in stock around mid-April 2015. Pre-order yours now and we will not take your money until the 6th April.
The Spiralite is our very own spiralizer branded Spiralz and is sourced from the original patent manufacturer and is by far the best quality version available. An essential kitchen gadget for the vegetarian, raw food enthusiast or those looking to spruce up their salads. The use of a vegetable spiralizer is recommended in all the raw food recipe books and our product was recommended by the Daily Mail and the Huffington Post.
Create interesting salads from various firm fruits and vegetables by using the 3 different interchangeable blades; use one blade for spaghetti, one for ribbons and the other for spiral strands - no more boring salads!
This horizontal spiral slicer packs away nicely when not in use and the interchangeable blades store neatly underneath the machine, suction feet prevent the spiralizer from slipping when winding the handle. This is a very easy to use machine, just locate your fruit or vegetable on the spikes, wind the handle and instantly get beautiful vegetable spaghetti, spirals or ribbons.
Made from strong, food-grade ABS plastic which is BPA Free and recyclable.
Popular vegetables that can be spiralized include: Courgette, Cucumber, Carrot, Sweet potato, Yam, Potato, Butternut squash, Beet, Jicama, Rutabaga, Celeriac, Kohlrabi, Parsnip, Turnip, Daikon radish, radishes, Pear, Apple, Plantain, Onion, Cabbage, Fennel, Yucca, Eggplant, Broccoli stem.
This spiralizer is exactly the same model as the Lurch Spirali spiral slicer and the other major brands. Please be aware, there are very cheap copies around which are made from inferior plastics and break very easily. Juiceland warranty our own product and we give it a two year, no-quibble guarantee and carry the full range of spare parts.
If you are wanting to make very thin angel hair spaghetti, you will need the Japanese Turning Vegetable Slicer which has a finer blade included.
Video below kindly provided by Donal Skehan.